Some of the main challenges that monolith applications face are having low availability and handling service disruptions. This is where the use of Apache Kafka for asynchronous communication between microservices can help you avoid bottlenecks that monolithic architectures with relational databases would likely run into.
If you hang around developers long enough you will start hearing the word REST very often and so we begin our adventure by giving a simple definition of the term. The REST acronym stands for Representational State Transfer, which is an architectural design. So it follows that when developers use the words RESTful, what is being referred to is an application that implements the REST architectural design.
At any point in your business life cycle, the CTO’s major objective is to make sure your business needs are reflected in your product through the best possible use of technology. So let’s start with breaking down what an interim CTO is and why a startup would need one in place of a business-focused CTO.
Over the past few years, we have been hearing more about the wealth of data we humans generate. This has progressively grown into the concept that if you have enough of this data and you are able to piece together some meaning from it, then you can achieve everything from predicting the future to curing all human ills.
Every developer understands the advantages of having clean, easy to read and understand coding. Which is where tools like QuerySet and Manager come into play when using Django. They embed basic DRY and KISS principles that most forget about when using ORM in many frameworks. This has lead to the use of Fat Models which might seem fine in the first place but can lead to complications down the road.
When you hear the words "Server-side Programming" a number of languages are going to come to mind. But amongst that list are two that are very much loved and respected by programmers worldwide. These are obviously PHP and Python. The debate on which to use for any core web application has raged on since the very beginning.
Regardless of the scale or focus of your company, there might come a time when IT outsourcing is required. This can happen for a number of reasons, ranging from requiring specialized software, creating a digital product or just to tackle a given problem. The first thing to come to mind is why not create the solution in-house. You get better control over the development and higher security of your companies information
If you are in the market for a good software company, you might be daunted by the availability of choice. This makes a simple task turn into a sometimes trying ordeal. But pause, take a step back. Does it really have to be so difficult in selecting a software company to develop your app or solution?